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Google posts Android 7.1.1 Nougat factory images for Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, 5X and more

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 hours ago3 comments

Android Nougat on the OnePlus 3 is impressive, even in beta

by Kris Carlon 2 days ago18 comments

Polar M600 review

by Jimmy Westenberg 4 days ago4 comments

OnePlus 3T review

by Lanh Nguyen 2 weeks ago46 comments
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A look at PowerVR’s Ray Tracing GR6500 GPU

Imagination Technologies' ray tracing PowerVR GR6500 GPU recently taped out, and the company has been talking details on what makes its new mobile GPU so special.
by Robert TriggsJuly 24, 201520

WiFi Aware enables instant local device communication

The WiFi Alliance has unveiled its new WiFi Aware specification, which enables nearby devices to communicate without an Internet connection.
by Robert TriggsJuly 15, 20152

Samsung starts work on an 11K display of 2,250 ppi, and that’s not as crazy as it sounds

There are enough people out there that think Quad HD on a smartphone is ridiculous and completely unnecessary, and we’re guessing they won’t be too happy to hear that Samsung is already ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 10, 201529

Korean researchers can prevent flash memory decay and lengthen battery life

Researchers from Hanyang University have announced a new technology called WALDIO that could slow down the rate of flash memory decay and boost smartphone battery life.
by Robert TriggsJuly 10, 20157

IBM announces the world’s first working 7nm chip

Researchers from a consortium led by IBM have unveiled the world's first 7nm chip with functioning transistors.
by Robert TriggsJuly 10, 20154

Researchers develop the first skin-like flexible display

A research team from the University of Central Florida has developed the first-ever skin-like, full-colour, flexible display.
by Robert TriggsJuly 1, 20152

Samsung breakthrough could almost double lithium battery capacity

Samsung researchers have announced a new technology that could result in higher density battery capacity for smartphones and electronic cars.
by Robert TriggsJune 26, 201581

Researchers charge a fitness tracker using Wi-Fi

Researchers from the University of Washington have managed to harvest power from regular Wi-Fi signals at distances of 20 feet, using their technology called PoWi-Fi.
by Robert TriggsJune 8, 20155

Graphene and printed electronics could usher in truly discreet wearables

Advances in flexible graphene designs and printed electronics look to be bringing us closer to discreet, flexible wearable computers.
by Robert TriggsMay 21, 20155

Samsung and Samsonite working on smart luggage that can check itself in

Samsung and luggage manufacturer Samsonite are teaming up to develop bags that can be tracked by GPS, report tampering and can automatically check-in with your airline.
by Robert TriggsMay 4, 20152
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